Mahomes leads Kansas City Chiefs to Super Bowl winners

The NFL title game ended 31: 20 in favor of the Kansas City team.

Quarterback Patrick Mahomes felt uncomfortable for a long time during the Super Bowl, but at some point, he suddenly got excited, and he led Coach Andy Reid and the entire Kansas City Chiefs team to victory in the NFL title game – the first in half a century.

This required the team to fall behind again by more than 10 points in games after the end of the main season. After that, Mahomes, recognized as the most valuable player, passed two long passes on touchdown drives and led his team to a 31:20 victory over the San Francisco 49ers.

San Francisco’s vaunted defense worked poorly, especially on a 44-yard pass to Tyreek Hill and a 38-yard pass to Sammy Watkins. Touchdowns were made on short throws to Travis Kelce that reduced the gap to three points and then to Damien Williams, which put the Kansas City team ahead.

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